Crews installed the final blade on wind turbines in New Mexico that will begin providing clean energy for the Tucson area by November.
To help meet demands, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona gave a $5,000 grant, supported by TEP, to help the pantry buy food for clients.
TEP is joining other Arizona utilities in calling for voluntary energy conservation to ease a regional energy shortage amid extremely high temperatures.
TEP is proud to sponsor an online leadership program designed to help business leaders build influence and resiliency, even in these new and unpredictable times.
Tucson residents struggling to pay rent and utility bills during the pandemic can apply for assistance.
TEP’s new Smart EV Charging program now makes it more affordable for commercial customers to install EV charging stations.
If you’re among the roughly 60 percent of U.S. households that own a pet, here are a few tips to keep Fido and Fluffy safe.